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A New Approach to
Treating Autism-Related Irritability 

If your teen has a diagnosis of autism and struggles with challenging behaviors like aggression, destruction, self-harming, isolation and meltdowns, they may qualify to participate in our clinical trial for a potential new treatment, offering families an alternative to anti-psychotic treatments.

Who is this study for?

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Who is this study for?

Male or female teens may qualify for this study if they meet the following criteria:

  • Are age 13 to 17

  • Have been diagnosed with ASD

  • Experience irritability

The TAPESTRY Study trial coordinator will complete screening assessments to determine if your child is suitable for this study.

Learn more about the study

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What will participants receive?

If your child qualifies for this study, they will receive, at no cost:

  • The investigational drug or placebo
     

  • All study-related assessments conducted by trained staff at our clinical sites

 

Health insurance is not required to take part in this study.

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Where are the study locations?

The TAPESTRY study is being conducted at 25 major clinical centers in the United States, Australia and New Zealand.

Find a clinical trial site near you